The Oxbridge Academy recently announced the appointment of Rebecca De Jesús as chief business officer for the private school serving grades 7 through 12, overseeing the business office, IT, maintenance, facilities, security, dining services and human resources. She also will serve as treasurer of the school.
De Jesús joined Oxbridge in March 2014 as controller after holding accounting roles at Oxbow and Caler, Donten, Levine, Porter & Veil. Since joining Oxbridge, she also has held the position of director of finance and has driven innovation in the business office since her arrival.
De Jesús is a licensed CPA and has a master’s degree in forensic accounting and a Chartered Global Management Accounting designation.
Other staff promotions include:
Lisa Weger was promoted to accounting manager, having previously been the accounting supervisor and financial aid coordinator since 2016. She will be responsible for all accounts payable, accounts receivable, purchasing, student accounts and financial aid.
Chris Marino has been promoted to director of admission. She has led the admission team this year to achieve tremendous success toward the school’s admission goals for the high school and new middle school. Marino has been with Oxbridge since 2011, serving in several roles, most recently as the associate director of admission.
Meghan Albanese will move into the associate director of admission role as the school continues to maximize its efforts to enroll both middle and high school students. Albanese joined Oxbridge in October 2019 after having spent 17 years at Palm Beach Day Academy as the director of admission and financial aid.
Christopher Brodsky has been promoted to junior programmer in the IT Department. He joined Oxbridge in February 2018 as the IT help desk technician. In his new role, he will focus on school-wide software integration.
For more information about the Oxbridge Academy, visit www.oapb.org.